New Functionality: Marking a thread as 'Resolved' We have added new functionality to the forum that allows you to mark your threads as 'Resolved'. My system runs great -so- I'm in no hurry, tomorrow will reveal better results, (I hope).Click to expand... Either it's the real handler, or something has taken its place. Apr 19, 2006 Jerold Schulman | Windows IT Pro EMAIL Tweet Comments 0 Advertisement When you attempt to open Device Manager, or the Computer Management window, you receive an error similar http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-the-file-devmgmt-msc.html
Type FixMMCDLL.BAT and press Enter. 3. Arie Slob, WindowsBBS Admin. How to fix this problem?Device Manager is empty on Windows XP 15-09-201210:08 PM #2 Libin Array Join Date Aug 2012 Posts 266 Re: Unable to open the Device Manager in Windows Does this show up in list.
The >sequence might go something like this. > >1) You try to use devmgmt.msc . Thanks. Go to msupdate and check to see if you have a problem with updating. Thanks.
Search got me here: >>> >>> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914231 >>> >>> When I do as suggested I find that Regsvr32 Msxml.dll and Regsvr32 >>> Msxml2.dll report "The module failed to load. Make sure the binary is >>> stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with >>> the binary or dependant DLL. Those map to executables. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/cant-open-device-manager-or-servicesmsc-a-message/655ed6b9-bed1-40e9-ad6d-6d39364c3e89 Phooie Shame on me.
You can't open a file, that isn't there. I looked >> up those strings in regedit, and that's what they correspond to. >> >> So what the article you're reading right now is telling you, >> is the set mmc is the name of the >executable that processes it. > >Check and make sure C:\Windows\System32\devmgmt.msc actually exists. >You can't open a file, that isn't there. What happens when you click on it?
Just typing device in the startmenu files search should bring up device manager. In my case, the two that >> I spotted are devmgr.dll and mmcndmgr.dll . This can also be you do not have sufficient access rights to the file”. If you are not a registered user on Windows IT Pro, click Register.
Reply With Quote Related Windows Problems:Unable to open Device Manager on Windows 7 System.Power drive state failure error in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bitUnable to open the Task Manager in Windows 7, weblink You receive 'MMC cannot open the file C:\WINDOWS\system32\devmgmt.msc' when you open Device Manager or the Computer Management window? Thanks for your help peeps, I'll continue to implement the advice. Allen Drake, Oct 13, 2012 #11 Allen Drake Guest On Mon, 8 Oct 2012 02:26:52 -0400, "...winston" <> wrote: > >"Allen Drake" wrote in message news:... > >> MMC cannot open
Allen Drake, Oct 7, 2012 #5 Paul Guest Allen Drake wrote: > On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 08:15:42 -0400, Paul <> wrote: > >> Allen Drake wrote: >>> MMC cannot open Have you tried sfc /scannow, you will need a WIN7 disc this will check for any corrupted files in the OS. When you open the Domain Security Policy (dompol.msc) or the Domain Controller Security Policy (dcpol.msc) from a CMD prompt, you receive 'You may not have appropriate rights'? navigate here in that choose the Administrative tools 4.
if you can't open anything ending in msc try this http://www.dougknox....c/xp_mscfix.zip if you can open those...but just not devmanager try this http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/regs_edits...agerrestore.reg ----------------------- Google says this about your error: MMC cannot Ann goddez1, #4 2010/09/18 Tocchin Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2010/02/17 Messages: 34 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 81 Location: Indonesia Computer Experience: Beginner Still looking for help, haven't found the answer JSI Tip 7813.
They could have called it devmgmt.xml > for example, but then the stupid thing would open in Internet > Explorer. JSI Tip 10418. Or a file that you >> don't have permission to access. >> >> Paul > > My bad. It looks like there >>> might be reference to icons in there as well (which at this point >>> aren't too important). >>> >>> What was the error message ?
There are endless versions of the things you tried to register... Other things to try, that have worked in the past: what happens if you do start > run > cmd > eventvwr.msc ? Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Help and Support > Log in or Sign up Windows 7 Forums Forums > Windows 7 Newsgroups > alt.windows7.general > MMC http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/word-unable-to-open-hyperlink-cannot-open-the-specified-file.html After repairing, restart your computer & open the run window by pressing Windows Key+R.
file. Problem solved, repair install get rid of the problem. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. Oh shoot!
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I had this info tucked away so here's my additonal input. Allen Drake, Oct 13, 2012 #12 R. Then it might still be getting stuck parsing the XML content. Those map to executables.